Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum

Barnesville, Ohio

Northern Cemetery Graveyard Tour

Published on September 27, 2023 by Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum

The Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum will host a hauntingly fascinating graveyard tour of the Northern Cemetery in Barnesville, Ohio, on October 14th, 2023. We will take you on a journey through time as you explore the final resting place of some of the town’s early residents.

As you wander through the rows of gravestones, you’ll hear stories of the people buried there – from prominent business leaders to ordinary citizens with extraordinary, and sometimes tragic, tales to tell. We’ll explore a bit of Barnesville’s history and the role the cemetery’s residents played in shaping it.

Whether you’re a history buff, a paranormal enthusiast, or just looking for a unique and memorable experience, the Northern Cemetery Graveyard Tour is not to be missed. Book your spot today and prepare to be transported to a different time and place.

The tour will meet at the Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum, and from there, we will walk to the cemetery. The total distance of the walk will be under a mile but occasionally across uneven ground, so sturdy shoes are recommended. The tour will take about an hour.

Tours are $10 per person if paid by cash, check, or money order or $11 per ticket if purchased online. A limited number of spots will be available for each tour, so we recommend reservations in advance. Walk-up tours will be available if space is available.

Checks or money orders can be mailed to:

Belmont County Historical Society
PO Box 434
Barnesville OH 43713

Online reservations can be made here on our website.

Be sure to include a note with the names of the people the reservations are for and the tour time you would like to take. Tours are scheduled for 5:00 PM & 6:30 PM, but we may add more depending on demand.

For more information about the Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum and upcoming events, visit our events page. Information can also be found on the museum’s Facebook page and on Instagram.